Restavracija Vnukec
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Restavracija Vnukec

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Ob otvoritvi 7. 11. 2002 restavracije Vnukec je Franjo Šauperl zapisal:

Vnukec restavracija se danes odpira, Naj dobrot vsakoterih bo na pretek, Ugaša gostov naj žejo in lakoto zatira, K veselju naj budi vse vprek, Enkratno družbo vsako spremlja naj manira, Cvete naj posel v zadovoljstvo vas in vaših vseh!

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